Monday, September 10, 2007


When the locutions began, each of the two visionaries was unaware that
her companion was going through the same spiritual experience.


The Blessed Virgin spoke to the two visionaries about Felipe Sobrado, a priest martyr of the Spanish Civil War, and whose remains were transferred to the church of Pontejoz, on November 18, 1963 precisely. "He will not be canonized, but through his intercession God will perform miracles" said the Blessed Virgin of Mount Carmel to Conchita.

The locutions always came when Conchita and Loli were praying. The most important ones were given them at the church after they had received Holy Communion.
[Excerpted from 'Garabandal' Book, page 179]

Well it shouldn't be a surprise that Our Lord and Our Lady spoke to them after receiving Holy Communion! That's when we have Jesus in us completely: Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity! And wherever Jesus is, there is Mother Mary at His side, two Hearts joined together, never to be separated! And that's the best time for us to speak to Them.

How do we talk to God? Fearful and afraid? Why? Jesus wants us to talk to Him just like we talk to our loved ones or our friends, heart to heart. We should share all our problems and hopes with Him right after Holy Communion, because that's when He will be listening and responding to you in close intimacy. Yes, He already knows all your problems and hopes, but He wants to hear you ask Him for the graces you want, just like you would ask your father for a gift when you were a child. And if your father said no, you turned to your mother to intervene for you.

So, open up to Jesus, get close to Him and hug Him spiritually, waiting for that divine hug that you will get back! And ask Mother Mary to assist you in your problems and hopes, She loves that!

Roman Deacon

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